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Martin
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Location: Huddersfield

Post by Martin » Wed Feb 15, 2006 8:44 pm

I can not believe that Mr Braithwaite has given the above response.
For those of us in Agriculture and Contracting the red white debate is very serious and has endless complications.
I hope that My Day can get the details from the thread to the needle in his magazine asap.
Many people are abusing red diesel for non agricultural purposes egs Tractor and dump trailer working on construction sites and tractors hauling plant on low loaders etc.

R.Poff
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Post by R.Poff » Thu Feb 16, 2006 12:51 pm

Ok, Ray.
This clears up alot. I forget that I am not dealing with farmers in all tractor ownership cases. Hope you guys can forgive my narrowmindedness.
What DB's do you own. What is TVO?
My 885 does limited farm work. I mow, bale, and get up hay. That is about the extent of the hard work it does. Occasionally lifts something heavy onto the truck bed. I am getting ready to add remotes this weekend.
Cheers,
Rob

John
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Location: Oldham,Manchester

red Deisal

Post by John » Mon Mar 13, 2006 8:55 pm

I was talking to my father who farmed in the 60's and said they where alowed 6 miles a week. this was never monitored or checked

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